Huawei Promises to Offer 2-Years of Access to Play Store, Facebook, WhatsApp and More or a Full Refund

According to a new report coming out of the Philippines, Huawei has guaranteed to offer its customers in the region 2-years access to apps like Facebook, WhatsApp, Play Store, Gmail, YouTube, as well as Instagram. If either of the apps fail to work between two years, Huawei will reportedly offer a full refund for the product. The company claims that over 30 retailers and dealers have already signed up for the program. As you would expect, not every device is covered under this promise. However, Huawei is including both smartphones and tablets.

Here’s a list of devices that are covered by the new “full refund” program:

  • P30 Lite/ P30/ P30 Pro
  • Mate 20/ Mate 20 Pro
  • Porsche Design Mate 20 RS
  • P20 Lite/ P20/ P20 Pro
  • Nova 3/ Nova 3i
  • Nova 2 Lite
  • Y Max
  • Y9 Prime 2019
  • Y9 2019
  • Y7 Pro 2019
  • Y6 Pro 2018
  • Y6 (2018)
  • Y5 (2019)
  • Y5 Lite (2018)
  • M5 Lite 10
  • M3 Lite 8
  • T5 10
  • T3 7

At this point, it’s unclear if Huawei will follow the same protocol for other regions. But it seems like the company is in damage control mode following reports that Google has severed ties with Huawei. It’s not clear how the company will manage to live up to the promise, especially considering the fact that Google and Huawei’s split is believed to come into effect in August. However, as things stand, Huawei customers in the Philippines have nothing to worry about.


Via: Talk Android

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